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THE GAJLBHN ISLAND
,' TUESDAY APRIL 'i,' 191J."T
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Lihue Poultry Farm
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Any time you may wish to make
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FACTS FOR TOURISTS
Distance To Points Of Interest
J AS. F. MORGAN
Kapaa landing 9
' j Stocks, Bonds,
Rial Estate' and. Insurance
NO; 125131 MERCHANT ST.
O. Box No. 594 Honolulu
I :H0TEIi! WAIMEA
,'The Commercial Man's
,t.t'tit ili. tn wi((.r
& j Jt -... ,,
DICK OLIVER, Manager.
From Waimea P
Or to Olokele
Ditch , 6
End of - Can
yon Road 4
Hanapepe fall 16
Puu Kapele 11
From Lihue to
Wailua Falls 4
WaihihaP. H 7
Popular Tyian Leaves
,; Clem Akina, for the last two
vears, captain o f the Makaweli
baseball team and one of the most
popular baseball players and all
round athletes in the Territory,,
has forsaken the local and amature
field, for the professional gamef
h iving signed on with the C. A.
fc's who reeentiv denartpd frir the
coast in quest of new fields to Con
ner. He will be greatly missed on
ltr local diamonds and the ad-
res of the big sticker are ani
ent that in Clem, they have a
repsesentative i n the ball arena
which will bring Uaught but crc-
it to Hawaii Net. Joe Fassoth
ill , probably captain the Maka
eli team during the 1913 series.
Kilauea landing 26 Haena caves 11
home Descriptive Pointers
Waimea The Canyon, won
derful scenic masterpiece, easily
accessible on horseback.
The Olokele Ditch, great .en
gineering feat amid cliffs and crags
of exquisite beauty, accessible by
carriage. The Russian Fort, , on
the bluff overlooking the harbor,
an interesting relic. The Hana
pepe Fall,- "Manawaiopuna," at
the head of the Hanapepe canyon
carriages go half-way, thence by
easy trail on horseback. The
Barking Sands at Nohili, an in
teresting freak of nature, excellent
roads for carriage.. .
The Marine Drive, Boating on
the Wailua river.
The Pole-line Trail, most in
teresting ride or tramp into the
tropical forests. - , i
Simple acepmmodations, but
good food is the rule in all country
districts. Hotels are to be found
Lihue, Waimea, and Hanalei.
Board mav be obtained at almost
any village on inquiry.'
Lihue. Hotel Fairview; V. H.
Rice) Jr., prop. Rates, $3.00. per
day, or hv agreement
SHIPPING AND MAIL
Regular mail leaves Lihue on
Tuesday and Saturday. at 5 p. m.
Regular mail arrives from Hono
lulu ednesdav and Friday morn
ing. During sugar season mail is
frequently sent and brought by
steamers maing extra trips be
tween regular mail days. On days
when the coast mail is due, the
mail boat due on Friday, will lay
over and come in on Saturday
Registered mail closes on mail
days, at four o'clock sharp. Or
dina'ry mail, at half past four.
For Kauai Ports
W. G. nail, I.-I. S. N. Co.,
Kinau, I.-I. S. N. Co., every
Lihue Union Church, Foreign
Rev. J. M.- Lydgate, pastor.
Church Service II a. m. Except
the last Sunday of the month
Sunday School 10:30 a. m.
Lihue First Church, Hawaiian
Rev. Wm. Kamau, pastor.
Church Service 11 a. m. Sunday
School 10 a. m.
In accordance with th
postal laws governing second
class mail matter i. e., "not
more than three copies of any
newspaper can be mailed to
any unpaid subscriber, etc.,
we b'eg to inform subscribers
to tub Gardrn Island that
ten days after the receipt of
a bill for their subscription, if
the amount is not paid, the
( paper will be discontinued
without further notice.
Cor. FortJc Ber. Sta., Honolulu
Rooms by the day, week,
or month single o r i n
OPEN DAY and NIGHT
Kauai trade solicited
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL,
A Fling at Things
An ounce of mutual good-will
is worth a ton of the diffreences
that divide us.
He that will not reason is a bigot:
he that cannot reason is a fool;
and he that dares not reason is a
Be at war with your vices, at
peace with your neighbors, and lei
every new year find you a better
Howe'er it be, it seems to me
Tis only noble to be good.
Kind'hearts are more than coronets,
And simple faith than Norman
Read Homer once,, and you can
read no more;
For all books else appear so mean,
Verse will seem p'rose; but still
persist to read,
And Homer will be all the books
She was a beauty rare, but say,
It may seem ratner tunny,
She lost her beauty the same clay
Her tatner lost ms money.
The awful horrors of a war
Does not appeal perhaps
Unto the trust that has to make
A bran new set of maps..
"I don't believe vou could tell
the truth if vou tried." shouted
the cranky lawyer at the oontrary
"Oh yes I could.""
"Why don't you then?"
".It would put me in bad in this
It gave him many thrills of joy
To watch his busy. flock,
He hired some persons, who were
They couldn't watch the clock.
' 'Nothing would please m e
better than to discuss this matter
witli a Socialist,' ' said the great
lecturer looking over his audien e.
t I'm your man," said a husky
fellow rising in the back of the
"Will somebody put the dis
turber out? cried the speaker
Tkat v i s the way with these
Socialists. They have no man
'The old party orator was hold'
ing forth at a Mother's Day meet
ing and sentiment was running
Where," he demanded
rhetorically, would I be today
without my mother? Where would
all of us be except for our mothers?
Whose is the wisdom like that of a
mother? Where is the guidance
like a mother's guidance? Her
counsel is infallible, her wisdom
At this point a tired looking
woman in the rear bf,the hall arose
to her feet.
"May I ask a question of the
speaker?" said she.
1 The flow of oratory was in
terrupted , but the orator made the
best of it.
"Certainly, madam. What i s
"If women are as sensible as
you're making out, don't you
think by this time they ought t o
have almost senseenough to vote?
p. o. nox 441
, The best flour known, in every
liome Sperry'flour. tf.
THE OTHER WOMAN
Richard Washburn Child
Continued front last week.
"Confound her picture!" said
he Captain to Eugenie, who had
slipped one of her , plump arms
through the angle of his elbow.
She's some millionaire gimcrack
and she has water-hocccd our
Make the best of it," he said
later to the man at the wheel.
'Bring her upl Bring her up!
Drop alongside of her with enough
room to swing clear with tide and
wind. Easy there! Easv there!'.
Sp it was that when evening had
come on the Agnes May, built' in
Bath, in the '60s, with an old-
fashioned light at her foremast
head, lay cheek by jowl with the
snobbish Eustasia, aglow with in
candescent bulbs. Eugenie, look
ing up into the field of stars in the
tropic sky and feeling the touch of
the night wind on Her cheek, and
seeing the far-away glow of burli
ng sugarcane, had sung in her
good clear voice a Spanish song.
From under the awning on the
deck of the yacht a lonely man had
got up, and, while Eugenie sang,
had leaned over the polished rail,
listening and peering i.n t o the
night as if his sight would bore
through the dark to find the
singer's Ince. Any one at the
Governor's palace or the ship
chandler's could have named for
you this grave voting man with
high forehead, sloping shoulders.
graceful, lean limbs and slim but
strong fingers. He w n s Arnold
Kaemmerling', the grandson of
Simmes, of the Exchange, and of
Kaemmerling, of the Kaeniinerlincr
Fertilizer. He came from high
hand stock, bred by men who
would have their money profit and
their way with a foot on other
people's necks, a hand 'at their
throats, or some special favor from
the. authorities to shut eye and ear
to the small fry of men.
In spite of these no one would
have suspected this rich young
idler of his ancestry. He had
conie alone on the Eustasia; and
alone at sunset I hrtd seen, many
an evening, his spare figure, with
hands thrust in his pockets, walk
ing the ramparts above the town.
He was always cool and clean . no
matter what the hot breath of the
tropic night might be. and, like all
who are so and are not to be un
derstood nor slapped' on the back
nor cataloged in the mind in two
days, he was hated in Porto San
Carlos. But I said to McGiven,
the old skipper of t h e Eustasia.
meeting him in Rodriguez:'
What sort of an owner?' ' And
he, although soured by the loss of
his ship and his berth in the South
African and Orient Line, promptly
repneu, aau o tne eartn in a
way no seafaring man can misun
Be that as it was there were the
two of them Kaemmerling and
Eugenie, Hazard in the same har
bor. And whispers came out of
the son east, and the black waters
under the moon ran by the bows of
ships, leaving a long trail of blue
and green fires, and natives in the
thatched huts whined tliei
It was the next day that the
young man came up, with a couple
of smart sailors, in the yacht's
tender. Captain Hazard had gone
ashore; Mr. Whalen, his mate,
poked his head into the saloon
"A gentleman, owner of tin
Eustasia, Ma'am presents his res
pect to your father
Where is he?" said Eugenie,
gathering her embroidery up in
He came over the side,
Ma'am," said the mate, with
basket of fruit."
"I'll come above," she answer
ed him, and went up. "My
father, Captain Hazard, will be
very sorry not to have been here,"
"I beg your pardon,"
Kaemmerling said. "I did not
hear your words."
The two of them looked at each
other though they had never seen
each other before like two who
have been parted these many years.
Then Eugenie blushed as only
those with a New England soul
and a Spanish skin can blush. But
even this did not change the grave,
sad look i n Kaemmerling's eyes.
"I heard you singing last
night," said he. ' It must have
"Yes, I sang," she answered,
... ... . ii.
looting at ii l m again. x am
sorry my father is not here.
"THESE three -essentials comprise
the foundation on which FEDERAL
TRUCKS are built.
The up-to-date merchants and
manufacturer are proving this every
The Federal Motor Truck Com
pany is devoting its entire energy to
produce a one model truck, and a
better article at a lower price is
Several of these trucks are being
operated in and about Honolulu,
very successfully with -a fifty per
The FEDERAL is the acme of simpli
city and efficiency. '
Schuman Carriage Co., Ltd.
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Complete Line of. Oriental Goods
Telephone No. 102. Branch Wahiawa, Telephone No. 7.
Your pocket book needn't be emptied to get a
a cigar that is all quality and selling at $5.00
the box of 100
No money put in bands, no foil just quality.
H. Hack f eld & Co., Ltd.
He waited several minutes, then I
said: I must go, if you please;
and, with that easy strength of his,
he went down the' ropes and stepped
into the tender.
The next dav there came aboard
shin n bunch of vellow roses ad
dressed to the Captain. Roses
only grow at Baha Monte, at tne
hacienda of Manuel Moralez, and
that is twenty kilometers away.
"Fiddlesticks!" said Hazard
when he saw them. Does he think
I'm a High School principal?"
"They are nice," Eugenie
answered, fondling them into a
silver pitcher and touching the
buds with her fiiurertios.
"They are warmer, more living
than roses in Maine. I like thtse
islands more and more. I like the
waters here when thty turn light
green under the sunlight. This is
a land of dreams."
To be Continued.
F. E. DAVIS & CO.
HONOLULU, T. H.
Nuuanu and SIkrcimnt Sthekts
Blacksmith supplies, Wag
ons, Buggies, Harness, Bi
Prompt and careful atten
tion given to mail orders.